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Architecting a global identity
I was born in 1987 in Aracaju city, located on the sunny northeastern coast of Brazil. Although my name's origins mix Italian etimology with a Russian hero's nickname, my roots are 100% Brazilian, albeit it is said nobody in Brazil is fully native from its lands - we always have a curious History about our ancestors.I hold a Bachelor degree in International Relations, meaning that all my life since 2005 has been connected to global issues in a gamma of diverse fields. I am constantly eager to learn about other cultures and peoples, and am never satisfied with the idea of just "touring" around cities and countries. For me traveling is about immersing myself in the culture, trying to understand the entangled idiosyncrasies that define a given society. Hence, I display a profoundly curious nature, always challenging my wisdom and worldview.Finally, I am very open-minded, self-confident and quite assertive (paradoxally). In first contact, I keep the distance, yet it is rapidly shortened as soon as I get to learn more about the person. I am always respectful and punctual.
"An answer is always the part of the road that is behind you. Only questions point to the future."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I have already been hosted a couple of times in different countries and I have only incredible and unforgettable memories from those experiences.
Rzeszow => Grzegorz
Krakow => Halabala
Poznan => Marcin
Warszawa => Tomasz, Pawel
Bratislava => Tomas and Cookie
Zielona Gora => Aleksander
L'viv => Orest
Kyiv => Roma
Dnipropetrovsk => Sviatoslav
Sofia => Peter
Kaunas => Andrej
Reykjavik => Kjartan and Bragi
Porto Alegre => Bruno Assmann, Lukas Kunz, Aidan, Paul Connor, Gregor Moreira, Karolina, Daniel, Viktor Paderin, Maurício Nothen
Montevideo => Federico Pais
-> Politics (International Politics, International Security) and Mechanical Engineering (fluid mechanics, materials, aerodynamics, biomechanics)
-> Meeting new people
-> Reading, listening to music (almost everything, just can't stand rap and reggae)
Music, Movies, and Books
Independent People, by Halldor Laxness
Ulysses, by James Joyce
Why nations fail, by Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson
Evolution in four dimensions, by Eva Jablonka and Marion Lamb
SÄ siedzi, by Jan Gross
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I've traveled with full abadon around Eastern Europe and Iceland.
Teach, Learn, Share
I really want to learn from everyone, specially about his/her personality, culture, experiences. As I have been working with social projects about tolerance, I consider it a pillar in my life, specially the idea of living diversity.
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, Uruguay
Countries I’ve Lived In